Australian Foreign Policy/ Foreign Affairs · Free Trade/ Foreign Investment · Liberalism · North Korea · The Donald Trump Presidency

Free trade revisited

Further to my critique in July, it is proper to refute some of the key contentions which sustain free trade ideology. These arguments–and their flaws–could be considered as follows. Free trade means better prices for consumers Free trade with poorer countries in Asia, Africa and Latin America is desirable, we are advised, because it reduces… Continue reading Free trade revisited

Australian Foreign Policy/ Foreign Affairs · China · Coronavirus · Immigration/ Multiculturalism · Nationalist/ Tribalist themes · Scott Morrison · United Nations

Inadequate Answers to the Coronavirus Epidemic

As could be expected, the news-cycle for the coronavirus epidemic is extremely fast moving. Latest figures from the mainstream media claim 14,000 are infected; information from alternative sources suggest this figure is probably in the millions. Recent numbers aside, this coronavirus epidemic has revealed much about how globalism operates as a first governing principle; one… Continue reading Inadequate Answers to the Coronavirus Epidemic

Australian Foreign Policy/ Foreign Affairs · China · Free Trade/ Foreign Investment · Identitarianism/ White Identity · Nationalist/ Tribalist themes · Racial Tribalism and Conflict

My Summary of ‘Silent Invasion’

All unreferenced quotes throughout this post come from Hamilton’s ‘Silent Invasion’. Some time ago I read Clive Hamilton’s Silent Invasion, a book which details how Australia has begun transitioning into a Chinese vassal state. I encourage all my readers to purchase this book for full reading here. I was initially reluctant to publish a full-length… Continue reading My Summary of ‘Silent Invasion’

Australian Foreign Policy/ Foreign Affairs

The Limits of Military Supremacy

“Americans Need to Rethink War and Look Honestly at Ourselves and Our Friends”, ANTIWAR.com, by Arnold Issacs: “This time, they think they have it right.” So declared an Associated Press story reporting an upbeat assessment by this country’s top military officer at the end of a five-day visit to Afghanistan earlier this spring. Marine General… Continue reading The Limits of Military Supremacy

Australian Foreign Policy/ Foreign Affairs · Free Trade/ Foreign Investment · Immigration/ Multiculturalism

Andrew Hastie dare raises the Chinese Question

Last night, Andrew Hastie used his parliamentary privilege to accuse businessman Dr Chau Chak Wing of bribery. The Chinese-Australian has donated 4 million dollars to the Australian Liberal and Labor parties, and these developments have raised broader concerns about ongoing Chinese influence in our media, universities and politics. Before one addresses the scope of these intrusions… Continue reading Andrew Hastie dare raises the Chinese Question

Australian Foreign Policy/ Foreign Affairs · Syria · The Donald Trump Presidency

America lurches closer to a new war in Syria

After President Trump accused ‘Animal Assad’ of committing another chemical weapons attack, a fresh media clamour for Western intervention in Syria began. But is the President falling for another false flag? One year ago President Assad was universally condemned for his alleged chemical weapons attack, and President Trump responded by launching 57 symbolic cruiser missile… Continue reading America lurches closer to a new war in Syria

Australian Foreign Policy/ Foreign Affairs · Free Trade/ Foreign Investment · Malcolm Turnbull

Malcolm Turnbull’s submission to China

Last year, I highlighted the problem of infinitely expanding trade with China. And suggested that in a trade deal where Australia is flooded with cheap, disposable products, while China gets jobs and wealth, China comes out as the clear winner. Likewise, it appeared that when push came to shove, China would exercise a stranglehold over… Continue reading Malcolm Turnbull’s submission to China

Australian Foreign Policy/ Foreign Affairs · United Nations

The UN’s Assault On Our Sovereignty

While I was suspicious of Australia’s ascension to the UN Human Rights Council in October, this organisation’s recent behaviour confirms these concerns. Clearly, the Human Rights Council as well as the UN more generally, is not interested in genuine human rights, freedom, or transnational cooperation. Rather, it forces neo- Marxist, globalist agendas down the throats… Continue reading The UN’s Assault On Our Sovereignty

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Red Lines & Lost Credibility

Sometimes the simple lessons which can be drawn from international affairs, are better. So one of the most important steps in justifying a non- interventionist foreign policy, involves assessing whether overseas wars generally achieve the goals they originally set out to. The United States along with other Western countries, once united to destroy supposed chemical weapons… Continue reading Red Lines & Lost Credibility

Australian Foreign Policy/ Foreign Affairs · Syria

US Now Admits Syrian “Rebels” Have Used Chemical Weapons

The propaganda of war is something to behold. Back in April, the world branded Bashar Al- Assad a human rights abuser of the worst sort in purportedly using chemical weapons. And under this near- universally held pretext, interventionists cheered on Trump’s impulsive missile strikes into Syria. While it is thankful a greater world war was… Continue reading US Now Admits Syrian “Rebels” Have Used Chemical Weapons

Australian Foreign Policy/ Foreign Affairs · United Nations

Australia’s imminent election to the UN Human Rights Council

After years of lobbying, Australia will be elected to an influential subsidiary of the UN General Assembly: the Human Rights Council. Julie Bishop, the globalist, UN sycophant has claimed “Australia will bring a principled and pragmatic approach to our term on the Human Rights Council.” But it remains unclear if this ascension will serve Australia’s… Continue reading Australia’s imminent election to the UN Human Rights Council

Australian Foreign Policy/ Foreign Affairs · Economic issues

Cory Bernardi slams wasteful foreign spending in the Senate

The Aussie Conservative Blog supports the tenacious, principled, consistently conservative political activism of Cory Bernardi, along with his Australian Conservatives party. And in his recent speech, Bernardi is more than correct: how can a nation continue to fund futile, globalist economic endeavours, while we are incapable of pulling our own finances into order? We hear… Continue reading Cory Bernardi slams wasteful foreign spending in the Senate

Australian Foreign Policy/ Foreign Affairs · The Donald Trump Presidency

President’s Trump’s new strategy for Afghanistan

After President Trump announced his new strategy for Afghanistan, we saw yet another reversal from the campaign promises once made, via imminent troop increases to this godforsaken land. Some may criticize this shift as unfaithful, whereas some may laud it as demonstrating necessary flexibility. But the pertinent, unanswered questions remain: will it work, stabilize Afghanistan, and… Continue reading President’s Trump’s new strategy for Afghanistan

Australian Foreign Policy/ Foreign Affairs · North Korea · The Donald Trump Presidency

President Trump’s brash escalation with North Korea

Speaking to reporters at a New Jersey golf course, President Trump promised to unleash ‘fire and fury like the world has never seen’ on North Korea, should it continue to threaten the United States. And yet, the North Korean response spoke volumes as to the extraordinary improvidence of Trump’s remarks. Almost hours later, the regime… Continue reading President Trump’s brash escalation with North Korea

Australian Foreign Policy/ Foreign Affairs

We need to talk about Julie

The Spectator Australia, by Tina Faulk, May 13, 2017: There is a news picture of Foreign Minister Julie Bishop that sticks in my mind. Bishop, lithe, agile (that word again!) jogs, smiling and confident, with her sweaty, be-suited Chinese bodyguard in his polished leather shoes, toiling behind, on an official visit to China. There’s another one too, Bishop, fetchingly… Continue reading We need to talk about Julie